Why Hire an OUI Lawyer?
There are so many attorneys who advertise for drunk driving defense that it can feel overwhelming when it comes to deciding where to turn for help. In fact, any lawyer who is licensed to practice in the state of Massachusetts can, in theory, handle an OUI/DUI/ DWI case. However, the potential consequences of a drunk driving charge go well beyond the payment of a fine and a possible driver's license suspension. That is why it is important to seek help from an experienced OUI defense lawyer.
Attorney Peter G. DeGelleke is committed to protecting the rights and interests of people who have been charged with drunk driving. When you hire Mr. DeGelleke, you will receive legal representation that is attentive and designed to help you achieve the best possible results. Complete an online contact form or call 781-275-0800 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case.
The Impact of a Drunk Driving Conviction Has Far-Reaching Consequences
Errors in how your OUI/DUI/DWI case is handled can have a lot of adverse consequences. In addition to fines, court costs, probation, license suspension, mandatory classes, and increased insurance premiums — a conviction can also have a negative impact on:
- Child custody
- Commercial driver's licenses
- Concealed weapons permits
- Disability insurance
- Immigration status
- Liquor licenses
- Military induction
- Pilot licenses
- Other professional licenses
In Massachusetts, if you are convicted of drunk driving and fail to enroll in an alcohol education program, you will have a permanent criminal record. That means if you are charged with an OUI 20 or 30 years from now, you will be considered to be a repeat offender and subject to enhanced penalties, including whatever mandatory sentences that may be enacted in the future.
Contact an Experienced Defense Attorney in Bedford-Concord
Attorney DeGelleke has been helping people throughout Massachusetts with their legal issues for more than 35 years. Do not trust your case to the hands of an unproven attorney. Complete an online contact form or call 781-275-0800 for a free initial consultation.